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"Not all repositories could be found" error during Repositories and Template Setup of SUSE Studio Onsite

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Environment

SUSE Studio Onsite 1.0

Situation

"Not all repositories could be found" error during Repositories and Template Setup of SUSE Studio Onsite

Resolution

During setup of Suse Studio Onsite you need to provide repositories for each operating system.
When you expand the specific repositories you will need to complete each one in order to not get the "Not all repositories could be found" error.
For example SLES 11 needs all of the following repositories.

Base i386 URL:
Base x86_64 URL:
Updates i386 URL:
Updates x86_64 URL:
SDK i386 URL:
SDK x86_64 URL:

If that path that is given is not accurate then you will still get the "Not all repositories could be found" error.  Make sure that these paths are correct by copying the URL into a web browser and making sure that they bring up the correct repository. 
If you need to manually change the path of the repository you can type it in the correct field.

When you give it a "Repository server" it scans that location and then gives what Novell believes would be the paths.  This does not necessarily mean that this is the path for your system.

Recommended paths are given in the SUSE Studio Onsite, Deployment and Administration Guide in Appendix A SUSE Studio Onsite Repositories we give table mapping the product to directory name.

Disclaimer

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  • Document ID:7005480
  • Creation Date:12-MAR-10
  • Modified Date:27-APR-12
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